Lydia Bubp was this week's 5th grade scientist of the week at Holy Rosary. She demonstrated how to make"flubber," a plastic like playdough. The class enjoyed serving flubber brownies to the principal, Lora Krugh. Each student took home a bag of flubber for hours of fun.
Brayden and Aiden entertained the class with songs on their guitars.
The 3rd graders had to work together as a team using cups, string and rubberbands. They had to work together to build a pyramid with the supplies given.
Mrs. Hoge's Kindergarten class is taking part in an Alphabet exchange. Mrs. Hoge's class has the letter Z they made 26 of them and keep one for themselves. They sent the other 25 to classes across the US, along with a letter about their class. 25 other schools are doing the same thing but have a different letter of the alphabet. We should have every letter of the alphabet made by 25 different students from across the US by the end of September. So far, they have received G(gold fish) from Georgia and S with seeds from North Olmstead, OH. Stop in and check out this awesome project and these smiling faces!
SECOND GRADERS LEARN ABOUT BAPTISM
Father Barry taught our Second Graders about Baptism today! They experienced the whole sacrament by role playing as parents, godparents and witnesses. Thank you to Father Barry for sharing your time with us and educating us on our faith!
This year the students will have the opportunity to use I-Pads, Chromebooks, Desktops, and interactive whiteboards during computer lab.